• Prince Andrew settled his sex case
  • His royal title is still the Duke of York
  • The City of York wants it stripped

Prince Andrew recently settled out of court in his sexual abuse lawsuit, after he failed to get the case thrown out. But it seems that conclusion is only leading to further consequences for the royal.

Prince Andrew: Duke of York title could be next to go

Before his lawsuit, Prince Andrew was stripped of royal privileges, but he kept his title — the Duke of York. Now, it turns out the City of York wants to "sever" ties with the disgraced royal.

A city councillor in York, England, has told The Sun: "We're determined to explore all options to sever his links to our city. Buckingham Palace and the Government must then act to remove his Duke of York title."

Also interesting:

Prince Andrew was made Duke of York on his wedding day in 1986. Ahead of his sex case, which Prince Andrew settled with accuser Virginia Giuffre, he was stripped of royal patronages, military roles, and use of the HRH style.

He kept the Duke of York title, but that could be the next to go. Watch the video above for the full story on Prince Andrew's title and the city of York.